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A frank discussion on prostate massage

 

Radio transcript, originally aired on Radio 4’s Afternoon Discussion show on the 26th February 2019

 

Briefly, what is a prostate massage?

This week the show’s premise revolved around Men’s Health, mental and physical. On this episode the panel discusses erotic massage, specifically talking about the best prostate massage London services. For those not aware of what a prostate massage is let me fill you in before you wade into the radio transcript. A prostate massage is a form of erotic massage therapy that involves the client experiencing euphoric orgasmic pleasure through the building of sexual energy by the insertion of the masseuse’s fingers into the client’s prostate gland. Now if you are not quite sure where your prostate gland is – ponder no longer; the prostate gland is located in the lower region of the inner anus. Although many have found the idea of such an invasive service quite daunting, prostate massage has grown steadily more popular in West, whilst remaining just as popular as it has been for many decades in its founding lands of Eastern Asia. The practice of prostate massage and its growing popularity in the West has led to the discussion today as to whether the male pleasure point of the prostate gland is equivocal to pleasure point of the clitoris in the female – and if this is the case, the panel asks whether this secret sexual point of pleasure has been kept under wraps for centuries as it does not support sexual practice as a means for procreation. That and more this week on BBC 4’s Afternoon Discussions:

 

Terry Vine:

“Good afternoon my name is Terry Vine and on today’s Afternoon Discussion we’re talking about something quite under the collar. That’s right folks we are talking bedroom secrets and more specifically we are discussing a form of sexual gratification made popular by the erotic massage world. Now before you start this isn’t a debate as to whether erotic massage is bad nor good, we here at the BBC are by no means promoting erotic massage but nor are we going to condemn it. We are living in a world of high depression, anxiety and suicide rates in young men. Not only that but with the increasingly high job demands taking us from pillar to post, we have to face the farcical reality of modern dating apps and dating agencies – finding a partner for a bit of fun or even serious commitment can be as unsexy and regimented as selecting your next overpriced London flat. Am I right guys? But no in fairness to discussion this shall not be a male-only panel, oh no. And it won’t just involve a few mates I’ve rallied together either. I’ve called in some experts to help along the discussion. So shall we get started? Let’s begin with introducing you all to this afternoons guests. First, we have Dr Frank Bouvier, a urologist working in London’s prolific Harley Street. Nice to have you here Frank.”

 

Frank Bouvier:

“It’s nice to be here Terry and let me just say I’ve had a bit of stick for coming on this, which has made me all the more excited to take part. Working in a field that deals primarily in male anatomy I can assure you that the lack of sex education and general media exposure about the male prostate gland is extraordinary. I don’t want to sound like a conspiracy theorist here but this is a very important conversation and I’m very thankful to the folks at BBC for facilitating this conversation.”

 

Terry Vine:

“Good stuff Frank, we’re happy to have you. Next up we have Erica Hang, a professional and seasoned erotic masseuse living and working in London’s erotic massage hot spot of Marylebone. Nice to have you here Erica.”

 

Erica Hang:

“Seasoned? You make me sound like I’m one hundred years old! I’m only 29!”

 

Terry Vine:

“And I wouldn’t have put you as a day over 24! Erica, how thankful we are to have you here with us I can’t tell you how excited I have been to learn all the trade secrets.”

 

Erica Hang:

“Would you like me to demonstrate prostate massage on you?”

 

An Asian masseuse putting her hand on her waist

 

Terry Vine:

“Haha, maybe later.”

 

Frank Bouvier:

“No hang on, I didn’t come on this show to be part of some Carry On act. I am deadly serious about my research. My findings are conclusive as to the massive sexual benefits of prostate massage.”

 

Erica Hang:

“My position is the same Frank, do not take me as some floozy. I am a trained professional erotic masseuse. I studied in one of the finest massage academies in Southern China and I am actually an expert of the mental health benefits of prostate massage. In fact, you should come to my talk in the Barbican next month – where I will be outlining my research, research based on actual experiences in performing prostate massage and discussing the effects of the service on my regular clients.”

 

Frank Bouvier:

“Seriously?”

 

Erica Hang:

“Not just a pretty face hey. So what I will say on the subject is this. If a man struggles to become sexually aroused or finds that the spark he used to experience has somehow diminished it is probably because as much as the impact of shagging via penis and vagina is pleasant and draws out sexual energy, they would have 60% more chance of reaching orgasm if they were to encourage their partner to explore their prostate region.”

 

Terry Vine:

“Is this true?”

 

Erica Hang:

“Oh absolutely. And if a man finds that the extension of his orgasm is low – and by that I mean if he only experiences a burst of orgasmic pleasure rather than a deep, intense, out of body 10 minute paralysis orgasm then maybe he should consider getting a prostate massage.” “Wow yeah, definitely.”

 

Terry and Frank:

“Wow yeah, definitely.”